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Archive for July 20th, 2011

Cloverleaf Radio’s Jimmy Falcon interviews Dory Funk JR

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 20, 2011


The years have passed by for Dory Funk Jr. and he may look older but he still has the “IT” factor. After a great six man, two out of three falls match against Ron Powers, Sean Vincent and Kevin X fan favorite Danny Boy joined Funk Jr.s partners Gary Jackson and Chaz Wesson in celebration for their victory. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Dory Funk Jr. Hits Cloverleaf Radio’s Long List of Guests after A Wonderful Interview where he covered his Start in Pro Wrestling, His NWA Title Match with Gene Kiniski (And The 4 Years That Followed), His WWE Hall of Fame Induction, Legends of Wrestling & Smackdown Vs. Raw Video Game, His WWF Career, His Recent St. Louis Event with MMWA-SICW & More.

To listen to the interview click here.

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Ben Simon host MMWA action from the historic South Broadway Athletic Club (July 9, 2011)

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 20, 2011

Battle Royal Championship
Dave Vaughn vs. Sean Vincent

MO/IL Junior Heavyweight Championship
Johnny Courageous (c) vs. Mark Merrik

TV Championship
Brandon Espinosa (c) vs. Ace Hawkins

For more MMWA, visit MMWASICW.com

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New Midwest Wrestling Upcoming Events 2011

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 20, 2011

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One-legged pro wrestler Zach Gowen rebuilds his life in Ann Arbor. By Matt Durr

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 20, 2011

Zach Gowen spends time with the IWA Unlimited fans earlier this year in Olney Illinois *Photo Credit Tim Dunahee*

By Matt Durr

Zach Gowen was going to be rich, famous and have more girlfriends than he could count.

He lived that dream for 14 months. Seven years later, he just wants his life back.

2003, Gowen was 20 years old and one of the youngest members of World Wrestling Entertainment, the top rung in pro wrestling. He didn’t last long. Drugs and alcohol use coupled with a poor attitude got him fired. Today, he lives in Ann Arbor following a visit to a rehabilitation clinic in 2010.

“The support here is out of this world,” said Gowen who lost his left leg to cancer as an 8-year-old. “I couldn’t have picked a better city to live in.”

Gowen first stepped foot into a WWE ring in 2003 in front of thousands of people, playing a fan in the audience who was a “special guest” of Hulk Hogan’s. After seeing Hogan get jumped by a group, Gowen jumped the guard rail and entered the ring.

To read the rest click here.

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30) Heroes for Hire (Jimmy Rockwell and Zach Thompson)

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 20, 2011


What do you get when you combine two of the top young talents in the Midwest with the love of comic books? Heroes for Hire that’s who! Jimmy Rockwell and Zach Thompson saw an opportunity in 2011 to step up to the big time at Metro Pro Wrestling for a chance at the NWA Midwest tag team Championship. With a BAM, BOOM and CRASH they would defeat the Beer City Brawlers to make that goal a reality.

Can the Heroes for Hire can survive August at both NWA Dynamo in Glen Carbon Illinois and Metro Pro Wrestling with the titles?

Regardless look for the H4H to be one of the teams that will bring excitement in the Midwest for years to come.

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